"a one man blues cyclone – a 6 foot 4, Delta guitar picking, blues shouting giant and fire-breathing harmonica colossus. Astonishing audiences with his box fresh, self-penned solid gold blues renditions, his copious recorded works have graced the airwaves from Luton to Laos, his travels have taken him from Birmingham to Bucharest. That’s why he is hailed THE ‘rising star of British blues’ and it’s very, very easy to hear why" John Drummond
Shoulder To Cry On (2015)
Released on 23 February 2015. 12 cuts of stompin' one man band material, with a little help from regular collaborators on a track or two. 9 original tracks, with a cover of Frank Stokes' 1920's not smash-hit 'It's a good thing' and 'Why don't you write me' by the late, great Gary Primich.
Breaking Everything But Even (2013)
Released in 2013 and winner of various album of the month awards across Europe, as well as various album of the year lists, Breaking everything but even is an 11 track record, with 10 Thomas Ford original tracks and a version of Tommy McClennan's 'Bottle up and go'.
Thomas Ford (2011)
Released in 2011, this record features both solo and band arrangements, mainly original tunes with a couple of well known blues standards.
Separation Street (2008)
Recorded in bedrooms and bathrooms across Plymouth, the first Thomas Ford album was released in 2008. Critically acclaimed for it's quirky humour and strong musicianship, this album was voted album of the year by www.rootscd.com.